The Foundation is assisted by Franck Pruvost, a human development consultant, in the organization and conduct of these conferences.
Listening is not something that is innate and simple. The term listening goes far beyond our auditory abilities and covers other dimensions, which are learned and developed. True listening is based on creating a relationship of trust, adopting a posture of openness, non-judgment, accepting silences and not giving answers...
The issue of listening was addressed on an individual and collective level and the associations recognized the importance of listening both internally and externally to their various stakeholders.
We invited experts and all our partners to share their experiences and points of view on this subject. They were able to reflect together on the best ways to act within organizations in order to find adapted and concrete answers that would allow associations to adopt a posture of active and deep listening.
The role of the family in the broadest sense of the term is decisive in the human development of the younger generations. Numerous studies show, for example, the decisive influence of the function and practices of parents on the academic success of their children. At the same time, many parents testify to the difficulties of their educational mission and the cost of family failures is very heavy from all points of view.
Faced with this challenge, the associations had to reflect on how to concretely create a solid educational alliance between parents and the actors of human development, in order to promote the success of children and youth.
We invited experts and all our partners to share their experiences and views on this topic. They were able to reflect together on the best ways to act within organizations in order to find the most innovative answers that would allow associations to better and more involved parents in the realization and success of projects.
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How can human development be evaluated?
Does the evaluation really reflect reality?
How can we make the evaluation of human development a useful, or more useful, tool?
We invited our partners to share their thoughts, experiences, practices, needs and expectations in this regard so that, together, we can solutions for tomorrow.
Because they have reflected on this question for a long time,
Because they have developed approaches to teaching the concept of human development,
We invited our partners to share, through their unique and expert perspectives, their vision of human development, to shed light on this subject that remains difficult to define